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Effects of microstructural change of zirconia surface on tensile bond strength with resin cement

Kang JG, Kim TY, Lee JH, Ji JH, Lee MH, Bae TS, Ahn SG

This study was performed to evaluate the effects of microstructural change of zirconia surface on tensile bond strength with resin cement. The zirconia partially sintered block was cut into a...
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Color stability of esthetic restorative materials after application of fluoride varnishes

Jang CH, Jang DG, Lee BN, Chang HS, Hwang YC, Oh WM, Hwang IN

The objective of present study was to compare the color stability of esthetic materials after application of fluoride varnishes. Esthetic restorative materials including composite resin (Filtek Z350 XT, 3M ESPE,...
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Color Change of Esthetic Restorative Materials for Different Staining and Whitening Dentifrices

Choi E, Jang H, Seo Y, Kim Y, Lee G, Kim Y, Hwang SJ

Background: As the importance of the esthetic function of teeth increases, the use of esthetic restoration materials and whitening treatment are increasing. The purpose of this study was to investigate...
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Microhardness of resin cements after light activation through various translucencies of monolithic zirconia

Pechteewang S, Salimee P

PURPOSE This study aimed to investigate the Vickers Hardness Number (VHN) of light- and dual cured resin cements cured through monolithic zirconia specimens (VITA YZ) of various translucencies: translucent (T);...
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Microshear bond strength of dual-cure resin cement in zirconia after different cleaning techniques: an in vitro study

Atoche-Socola KJ, Arriola-Guillén LE, López-Flores AI, Garcia IM, Huertas-Mogollón G, Collares FM, Branco Leitune VC

PURPOSE This study aimed to compare the microshear bond strength (µSBS) of dual-cure resin cement in CAD-CAM zirconia after different cleaning techniques. MATERIALS AND METHODS Fifty discs of zirconia-based ceramic from...
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Transcatheter Removal of Bone Cement Embolism in the Right Atrium after Percutaneous Vertebroplasty: The Embolus Broke in Half and Migrated to the Right Pulmonary Artery Intraoperatively

Lee S, Yeon JW, Kwon JT, Kim HJ, Jang SK

Bone cement embolism often occurs during percutaneous vertebroplasty. Bone cement pulmonary arterial embolism generally requires no treatment because of the small size and asymptomatic manifestation. Intracardiac bone cement embolisms are...
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Multi-Layer Onlay Graft Using Hydroxyapatite Cement Placement without Cerebrospinal Fluid Diversion for Endoscopic Skull Base Reconstruction

Kim YH, Kang H, Dho YS, Hwang K, Joo JD, Kim YH

Objective : The skull base reconstruction step, which prevents cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage, is one of the most challenging steps in endoscopic skull base surgery (ESS). The purpose of this...
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Effect of compositional variation of dental MTA cements on setting time

Park YJ, Kang JH, SH, Song HJ, Park YJ

The long setting time of dental MTA (Mineral Trioxide Aggregate) cement is a major disadvantage in clinical use. In this study, the setting time (ST) of nine commercial MTA cements...
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Comparison of shear bond strength according to various surface treatment methods of zirconia and resin cement types

Bae JH, Bae GH, Park T, Huh JB, Choi JW

Purpose: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of four surface treatment methods to improve zirconia roughness and three types of resin cement on the shear bond...
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Efficacy of Antibiotic-Loaded Cement Augmentation for Correcting Low Grade Pedicle Screw Loosening

Kim CH, Ju CI, Lee SM, Kim SW

Objective: Altered biomechanics and bone fragility can contribute to pedicle screw loosening. This study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of antibiotic-loaded cement augmentation for correcting symptomatic screw loosening as a...
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Effect of tack cure time on polymerization shrinkage of dual-cure resin cement

Choi Y, Heo YK, Jung JH, Chang HS

When luting indirect restorations with dual-cure resin cement (DCRC), excess cement can be easily removed by performing tack cure of DCRC for a few seconds. The purpose of this study...
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Huge Insertional Bone Cyst at the Femoral Attachment of the Posterior Cruciate Ligament in the Knee

Min KD, Kim KB, Cho WJ

Insertional bone cysts of the knee joint mainly appear in the form of small cysts at the bone attachment of the cruciate ligaments, and are usually not associated with symptoms....
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The effect of silane and universal adhesives on the micro-shear bond strength of current resin-matrix ceramics

Omar S, Burcu GA

PURPOSE The aim of this in vitro study was to evaluate the effect of silane and universal adhesive applications on the micro-shear bond strength (µSBS) of different resin-matrix ceramics (RMCs). MATERIALS...
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Percutaneous osteoplasty for painful bony lesions: a technical survey

Kim WS, Kim KH

Percutaneous osteoplasty (POP) is defined as the injection of bone cement into various painful bony lesions, refractory to conventional therapy, as an extended technique of percutaneous vertebroplasty (PVP). POP can...
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Axial displacement in single-tooth implant restoration: Case report

Jeong SH, Kim S, Chang JS

Axial displacement of an implant-supported prosthesis is frequently reported in clinical and laboratory studies. However, limited information is available about the behavior of the axial displacement of implant-supported prostheses functioning...
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Comparison of Implant Failure between Cement Augmented Cannulated Pedicle Screws and Solid Pedicle Screws and Associated Risk Factors in Lumbar Fusion Surgery: A Pilot Study

Choi SH, Hur JM, You JY, Kang CN

Objectives: To compare and analyze the rate and risk factors of implant failure according to the use of solid pedicle screws or cement augmented cannulated pedicle screws in lumbar fusion...
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The Impact of Antibiotic-Loaded Bone Cement on Antibiotic Resistance in Periprosthetic Knee Infections

Schmitt DR, Killen C, Murphy M, Perry M, Romano J, Brown N

Background: Antibiotic-loaded bone cement (ALBC) is commonly used in total knee arthroplasty (TKA), especially among high-risk patients. While previous studies have reported on the efficacy of ALBC in reducing the...
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PHILOS plate fixation with polymethyl methacrylate cement augmentation of an osteoporotic proximal humerus fracture

Kim DY, Kim TY, Hwang JT

PHILOS plate fixation in osteoporotic proximal humerus fracture of old age is well-known for high complication rate, especially metal failure, providing various augmentation techniques, such as calcium phosphate cement, allogenous...
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Intramedullary fibula strut bone allograft in a periprosthetic humeral shaft fracture with implant loosening after total elbow arthroplasty

Jo YH, Lee SG, Kook I, Lee BG

Periprosthetic fracture after total elbow replacement surgery is a difficult complication to manage, especially when it comes together with implant loosening. If stem revision and internal fixation of the periprosthetic...
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Comparison of Microhardness and Compressive Strength of Alkasite and Conventional Restorative Materials

Lee K, Kim J, Shin J, Han M

The aim of this study was to compare compressive strength and microhardness of recently introduced alkasite restorative materials with glass ionomer cement and flowable composite resin. For each material, 20...
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